Today’s Photo: Banana Fun
After taking some photos of the heart shaped banana peel the other day, I found it made some other quite interesting shapes and patterns. This was one of the shots. Lesson learned here is that I need to have everything set up before peeling the banana. It starts to turn brown too fast.
Today’s Photo: Coffee Heart
A few days ago, I was just about to walk out the door for work when my wife started yelling at me for my camera. I knew that it could not be anything bad, or she would just have been yelling for me. As I walked into the kitchen, she showed me this spoon. She had just made coffee, added creamer and licked the spoon. This was the leftover creamer on the spoon.
Today’s Photo: Banana He(art)
I was getting myself and the girls ready the morning while my wife was getting one of them a banana for breakfast. I am all about peeling bananas from the non-stem side. Watch monkey’s eat. It is actually easier to peel the banana from that end. Anyway, my wife does not prescribe to that method of extracting the banana; she peels from the stem. This morning, she peeled it and it made a perfect heart shape in the peel. I did not let my daughter eat it, but instead abducted it and took photos. Of course she was allowed to eat it afterward.
Today’s Photo: Little Pilgrims
Thanksgiving every year is family reunion time for our family. It is a time of feasting, fun and fellowship. Along with the feasting happens to be dessert. I believe the reason dessert is last is because you are supposed to save the best for last. I missed some of the desserts because I had to make a getaway with these five cupcakes. They had “Photograph me!!!” written all over them. So, I ran like a mad photographer and set up the lights for a little fun food photo shoot. It was not until I began taking photos that I realized I had gotten four green and one orange. So, they became the little pilgrim family and their neighbor…or black sheep.
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